What happens if I need to cancel?
There is a $60 fee for cancellations made 7 days or more prior to the start of the first class date.
Registrations are non-refundable one week before the start of the first class, received final confirmation email with course information or when you’ve received course material. There is no fee to move a class to a different date, however the registration becomes non-refundable once the registration is moved.
Should you need to cancel, please contact us at your first opportunity. Thank you.
How do I register for the SAT & PSAT exams?
Conduct a Google, Yahoo or Bing search for "College Board SAT".
Registration via this website is for the preparation courses and practice tests only, and not the exam(s).
How do I register for the SAT Prep Course?
Right here on this website, via our fully secure registration system.
What is the fee for the SAT & ACT Prep Courses?
The SAT Prep course is $389, which includes 16.5 hours of instruction and course material.
The ACT prep course is $389, which includes 16.5 hours of instruction and course material.
What is the size of the SAT Prep classes?
The typical class has approximately 15-20 students. The minimum enrollment per class is six students. On the rare occasion that there are fewer than six students, we will contact the parent/student to offer alternate options. We make every effort to re-locate the student to a convenient location and for a similar time frame.
When should I take the SAT Prep Course?
Some students prefer to take the SAT Prep course immediately prior to the SAT exam. Other students choose to take the SAT Prep course when it fits well into their time schedule. Some like to take the course a couple months in advance in order to have additional time to practice exam skills.
A convenient time to take the course is in the summer. SAT Prep courses are offered at a variety of high schools during July and August.
When should I take the SAT exam?
Good algebra and geometry skills are necessary for the math section. Since the SAT is an exam for college admissions, you are also expected to have reasonably strong reading and writing skills. You should challenge yourself by taking the toughest classes you can handle at your high school. Most students take the SAT during the 11th grade or at the latest during the fall of the senior year.